The luxe and eclectic imagery of Fluorescent Palace’s pop art digitally-printed canvases make for a stunning body of work: think liquid chandeliers and goddess glamor rolled into an edgy, punky package. Artists Eric Hajjar and Meredith Rose couple film-based photography and design elements with a tongue-in-cheek sensibility that is both glamorous and hardcore. Dress up any room with these refreshing works of art; they’re couture-worthy conversation-starters.
Counteract the winter blues with bold shots of attitude and color. The prints in this selection have a Technicolor quality that gives the subjects they depict — like Baroque chandeliers and graffiti-splattered fashion logos — a presence that is both hyperbolic and subversive.
From cabs speeding down a fashion-y stretch of Fifth Avenue, to figural drawings of a 1930s shoe, these vibrant images are all about sartorial style (mixed with urban spirit). They’ll add color and energy to any room, and are a must for avid September-issue readers everywhere.
From fashion to music, the inspiration behind these images is the stylish side of pop culture. Bold color and extroverted style define the lot.
This selection of prints has a Technicolor quality that gives the stylish subjects they capture — like Baroque chandeliers and graffiti-splattered fashion logos — a presence that is hyperbolic and subversive at once. Energize your world by getting one (or a few) of these up on the wall.